The deadline to respond to Ramaphosa's 31 questions has arrived, and according to Mzwanele Manyi, the president has nowhere to hide. He said questions could be answered and Ramaphosa's term would end if he had to face 31 questions from Public Protector Adv. Mkhwebane, Jacob Zuma Foundation spokeswoman Mzwanele Manyi tweeted.
Former presidential spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi lashed out at those who are defending President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to suspend advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane had asked President Cyril Ramaphosa questions about the Phala Phala scandal, and the decision to suspend her so quickly has sparked a heated debate over whether or not he breached the constitution.
Source: https://twitter.com/MzwaneleManyi/status/1572273063596814343?t=lZwBHljb3obxg8KhvDwHtg&s=19 Former ANC member, who is now a member of the African Transformation Movement and a spokesperson for ANC veteran, Jacob Zuma has strongly criticised president Cyril Ramaphosa for his failure to revive the economy. Mzwanele Manyi argues that before president Cyril Ramaphosa came into power all the state owned enterprises were working, and even the ANC had only two factions.
A South African national with the name Mzwanele Manyi has taken to social media to publicly share a post concerning the essential amenities that have stopped working ever since the county's current President Cyril Ramaphosa came into power. According to Manyi, he stated that the moment Ramaphosa became president, everything in the country started turning into ashes.
Mzwanele Manyi, a spokesman for former president Jacob Zuma, has said that Cyril Ramaphosa has disqualified himself from future presidential office by failing to enact effective policies. Manyi argued that Ramaphosa should resign because he has fallen short of the goals he set for himself upon taking office.
Mzwanele Manyi tells President Cyril as some thing is going to happen, "You have nowhere to run to. As Mzwanele Manyi claims there is no hiding location for the president, the cut-off date to respond to Ramaphosa's 31 questions is now here. He stated that problems would be answered and that Ramaphosa's term could give up on July 18, 2022.
Cyril Ramaphosa has disqualified himself from future presidential contention, according to Mzwanele Manyi, a spokesperson for outgoing president Jacob Zuma. After failing to live up to the expectations he set for himself upon taking office, Manyi argued that Ramaphosa must resign. It has been alleged that President-elect Cyril Ramaphosa has failed to deliver on the promises he made throughout his campaign to have people send him to do the work (thuma mina).
Source: https://twitter.com/MzwaneleManyi/status/1570289686072918022?t=KFaCQtKccyNQHZEd4E4LhA&s=19 Mzwanele Manyi, the spokesperson for former president Jacob Zuma has blasted critics who are defending president Cyril Ramaphosa's suspension of advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. There is still a fierce debate on whether or not president Cyril Ramaphosa violated the constitution when he rushed to suspend Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane after she asked him to answer questions concerning the Phala Phala scandal.
Mzwanele Manyi has taken to his social media account to express how he feels about President Cyril Ramaphosa, and his running for second term as president. Mzwanele Manyi is a close and very vocal Zuma Ally The post read, 'Ramaphosa has ruled himself out of the Presidential race.He has FAILED to meet the standard that he set.He has FAILED the Eye of A Needle test.'
Mzwanele Many Blows Hot, Calls ANC Bigwig A ' Fool This happened after Bram Hanekom told Manyi to stop talking about ANC issues when he was no longer a member of the ruling party. "But Mzwanele Manyi, do you still think you're an ANC member?"
The African Transformation Movement member and spokesperson for ANC veteran Jacob Zuma, a former member of the ANC, has harshly criticized president Cyril Ramaphosa for his failure to resuscitate the economy. According to Mzwanele Manyi, when president Cyril Ramaphosa took office, all state-owned businesses were operating, and the ANC only had two factions.
Previous president Jacob Zuma's agent, Mzwanele Manyi has battled that president Cyril Ramaphosa has overseen himself out of organization considering his powerlessness to complete sound methodologies. Manyi said Ramaphosa ought to go considering the way that he has failed to fulfill the rule that he set for himself when he came into power.
The ANC presidential race is set to be an intriguing one with the emergence of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s entry. If she goes ahead and stands, Dlamini-Zuma’s candidature could also have the net effect of splitting the vote in the province, the ANC’s largest by numbers.
ANC veteran and current African Transformation Movement member Jacob Zuma has harshly criticized President Cyril Ramaphosa for his inability to rebuild the country's economy. Mzwanele Manyi claims that before Cyril Ramaphosa came to power, all state-owned firms were operational and the ANC had only two factions. As it is, the current administration has crippled key state-owned firms, including Eskom.
Source: https://twitter.com/MzwaneleManyi/status/1570289686072918022?t=KFaCQtKccyNQHZEd4E4LhA&s=19 Mzwanele Manyi, the representative for previous president Jacob Zuma has impacted pundits who are guarding president Cyril Ramaphosa's suspension of backer Busisiwe Mkhwebane. There is as yet a wild discussion on whether president Cyril Ramaphosa disregarded the constitution when he hurried to suspend Public Defender, Busisiwe Mkhwebane after she asked him to respond to inquiries concerning the Phala outrage.
Cyril Ramaphosa has disqualified himself from future presidential contention, according to Mzwanele Manyi, a spokesperson for outgoing president Jacob Zuma. After failing to live up to the expectations he set for himself upon taking office, Manyi argued that Ramaphosa must resign. Cyril Ramaphosa, whose campaign centered on asking people to send him to do the work "thuma mina," is claimed to have failed to deliver on his promises after becoming office.
Source: https://twitter.com/MzwaneleManyi/status/1568930938595442689?t=Gk_zGxM880iIr70Q3MQrwA&s=19 Ramaphosa has ruled himself out of the running for president. Mzwanele Manyi Strikes Back. The spokesperson for former president Jacob Zuma, Mzwanele Manyi, has argued that president Cyril Ramaphosa has disqualified himself from running for office due to his failure to put forward sensible policies.
According to Manyi, Ramaphosa needs to step down because he has been unable to live up to the expectations he established for himself when he took power. Cyril Ramaphosa, whose campaign centered on asking people to send him to do the work "thuma mina," is rumored to not have accomplished what he promised he would do once he was elected president of South Africa.
This comes after Bram Hanekom chastised Manyi for commenting on ANC-related matters after he left the ruling party. He said, "Manyi, do you still believe you're an ANC member? Mzwanele Manyi argues that nominations for the ANC elective conference will be determined by the KwaZulu-Natal chapters of the ruling party.
Former president Jacob Zuma's spokesman, Mzwanele Manyi, lost his temper and warned ANC colleague Bram Hanekom to "shut up." This comes after Bram Hanekom chastised Manyi for speaking on ANC-related matters despite the fact that he is no longer a member of the ruling party.